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Rooney Mara 'Carol' Premiere Red Carpet - 68th Annual Cannes Film Festival
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Rooney Mara 'Carol' Premiere Red Carpet - 68th Annual Cannes Film Festival
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Also Appearing:
Cate Blanchett, Todd Haynes 

Ladies of Cannes Primed for Big Oscar Years

By Joe Robberson on
These five actresses stole the show on the French Riviera this year.Read Full Story

Ridiculously Early Oscar Predictions for 2016

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Also: UPDATE ALERT! See how accurate our picks from last year were.Read Full Story

Meet the Cast of the Latest Live-Action Version of 'Peter Pan'

By Darrick Thomas on
In Hollywood, when it comes to movie ideas, the motto seems to be "when in doubt, remake or reboot something." In the summer of 2015, one of those somethings will be another live-action re-imagining of the classic Peter Pan tale. Like Spielberg did with Hook, director Joe Wright will rely on a mix of big name A-listers and young up-and-coming actors to fill out the cast of Pan, an origin story movie about the boy from Neverland. Here's who will be playing the new versions of the classic...Read Full Story

Editors' Picks: Who Should Star in the Next Season of 'True Detective'?

By Darrick Thomas on
(HBO)Contrary to what Rust Cohle might have you believe, time is not a flat circle when it comes to True Detective. As much as fans would like to see Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson don wigs and hunt down another Yellow King, it's not going to happen. The show will go on, yes, but it will do so with two new detectives played by two new actors. Since nobody in the digital age is good at waiting, fantasy casting #TrueDetectiveSeason2 has become its own meme, so we thought we'd get in on...Read Full Story

Zimbio Review - True Romance in 'Her' and the Genius of Spike Jonze

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(Warner Brothers)Long story short: Deeply romantic and hugely funny, Her is a love story for the modern age.Her will remind you of: Being John Malkovich, Lost in Translation, Like Crazy Review: What's most brilliant about Spike Jonze's conceit, that a human could fall in love with an operating system, isn't the idea itself. It's how damned plausible he makes it seem. He does it in layers in his new film, Her. The environment is utopian Los Angeles where everyone walks around talking to...Read Full Story
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